This issue’s cover pictures Ella Bean Livingston. The greater content is dedicated to her life and contributions as recalled by Eleanor J. Elwert.
Her life spanned from 1882-1975, during which time she became a major advocate and worker for the Red Cross and Teachers Association.
She kept a journal of her travels and experiences with the Sioux Indians, noting in her diaries their beliefs, lifestyle and religious practices. These were retained and have served as an educational tool for current studies. A variety of interesting photographs enliven this account.
Two other articles share this issue. One by Allen Gilbert considers the artifacts, photos and models that glorify the Rutland Railroad. The second one considers “A Trip to the Farm Museum” by Yvonne Daley.